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Mar 13, 2011 11:00am EDT
's basically -- the "uss new york" is built on emotion. it's recycling that emotion, taking america's worst day, and turning it into our greatest national symbol. and i felt that as i was going in there that day, that this was something special that not only i, but, you know, the nation can rally around. >> reporter: at 684 feet, the ship is longer than two football fields. it has a crew of 360 sailors and can carry up to 700 marines. it sailed up to new york for the commissioning ceremony. as it passed the site of ground zero, the warship fired a 21-gun salute. when we return, we'll learn about this very special ship. twist to one, for length and drama... new revlon, customeyes mascara. >>> reporter: on november 2nd, 2009, the "uss new york" sailed into the harbor of its namesake city for the first time. the bow of this ship is built from seven and a half tons of steel which was recovered from the world trade center after 9/11. >> the world trade center was always the symbol of new york, and now the "uss new york" becomes that symbol itself. the ship honors the victims of the 9/11 attacks as w
Mar 26, 2011 1:30pm EDT
the culinary institute of america. >> so many recipes call for sugar, but as we all know, sugar isn't really good for us. so in recipes that call for sugar, you can substitute honey instead. you'll just need to use about half as much. and of course, you should always taste as you go. because you can't take anything away once you've put it in. at the culinary institute of america, for "teen kids news," i'm emily. >>> there is no end to the great ways to spend time online. here's another click this! >> studies show that kids know little about money. this website is out to change that. gives tips and tools. you can learn how to earn, save, invest, and even spend money wisely to help prepare for your financial future. the mint also has interactive activities. for example, a calculator that figures out when you'll be a millionaire. with this website, you'll learn it makes sense to save your cents. >>> all right, young america, what's your opinion? we'll find out in "speak of the week." >> it can seem like high school lasts forever, but have you considered what you're doing afterwards?
Mar 12, 2011 2:30pm PST
™ nail enamel. >> all right young america, what's your opinion? we'll find out in "speak of the week." >> if you could go anywhere in the world where would you go? >> i would probably want to go to the galapagos actually and um . i don't know. my sister went there it looks really, really cool like everywhere possible, so many places how could you choose? >> spain, just because i went there one summer i loved the food, i loved the culture, i loved being able to take a little siesta during the day, that definitely flows well with me! >> los angeles is a really fun city, or chicago. i would go to london because i've never been there and a lot of my camp counselors are from there. i'd love to visit them. >> i know where i'd like to go. wherever shia labouf is. for t/kn, i'm sam. >> this season we were invited to do some behind-the-scenes reporting on the new york yankees. here's this week's segment. >> tyler here with the field report. today we're getting a tour of yankee stadium with tony morante. let's go check it out. >> how's it going? tyler. >> good morning tyler. how are you doing?
Mar 21, 2011 6:01pm EDT
. sending the stock exchange plunging $300 billion in value. president obama reaffirmed america's support for japan. >> the united states will continue to offer any assistance we can as japan recovers from multiple disasters. >> reporter: tensions throughout the middle east are high as gadhafi-backed forces launch air strikes on two key libyan towns, forcing rebels to retreat eastward. and new protests against the ruling family in bahrain. police fired tear gas and water cannons in demonstrators in one of the most violent confrontation. this year's honorees, alice cooper, neil diamond, darlene love and dr. john. eligibility kicks in 25 years after an artists first release and inductees are chosen by the 500 voters in the rock and roll hall of fame foundation. for "teen >>> this report on "driving skills for life" is made possible by ford. >> i think it was amazing! >> i really enjoyed it. >> really useful. >> they're talking about a national program run by ford, and the governors highway safety association. in giant parking lots like this one outside chicago's cellular field, there's room
Mar 6, 2011 11:00am EST
's bold simplicity helped it win first place in a competition of america's 50 state flags. with flag facts, i'm kristen. >> coming up, the civil war's with flag facts, i'm kristen. >> coming up, the civil war's "ground zero." tommy's a really good kid. my tommy would never even think about trying alcohol. isn't that right, sweetie? the mailbox... [horn honks] and the traffic light. both are ideas from the minds of african americans. support the united negro college fund. because a mind is a terrible thing to waste. >>> let's check in with the students at the culinary institute of america for this week's cooking tip. >> you know, a lot of people say a watched pot never boils, but if you're getting a little impatient you can put a top of your pot, because a covered pot boils faster than an uncovered one. but when it comes time to take the top off, there's two important things to remember. first of all, make sure you have a pot holder so you don't burn your hand on the cover. second of all, make sure you stand back a little bit so the steam doesn't burn your face. at the cul
Mar 6, 2011 11:30am EST
rugby take off in america like soccer has? that's what mark hopes. >> and that's where i think rugby wants to position itself, as a participation sport, and if it can do what soccer did after the '94 world cup and the growth in soccer i think -- i don't know what the percentage is, but there are a lot of kids playing soccer at an early age. and that's what we'd like to try and replicate with rugby. >> rugby! >> reporter: to find out more about play rugby usa and how you can get involved in the program, follow the links at our website, >> this reminder is brought to you by the national road safety foundation. >> don't forget! february 7th is the deadline for the "drive to life" contest for creating a tv psa on distracted driving. anyone from 13 to 22 can submit an idea. the concept should be for a psa that runs either 15 or 30 seconds. to enter, you need to send in a script or a storyboard. however, do not send a video. it won't be accepted. the creator of the winning concept gets a $1,000 scholarship and a trip to new york city, where you'll work with a professional
Mar 19, 2011 1:30pm EDT
, nicole went down to the heart of america's financial district. this is wall street, home to the largest money market in the world the new york stock exchange. >>> behind these flag draped columns, billions of dollars change hands every working day. it's where fortunes have been made and lost in a seemingly endless cycle. >> founded in 1792, the new york stock exchange is one of the country's oldest institutions. it's home to over 2,000 companies. >> we provide individuals with opportunities to invest in companies and businesses that have great ideas! >> gordon brown has worked here for more than 40 years. >> he's even written a book for teens about investing. >> so where to? >> we're gonna go right over here and start in the main room. >> the stock exchange is a giant electronic marketplace. >> and in a marketplace you have buying and selling of goods much like going to a store, buying groceries and other things. well, that's what happens here. the new york stock exchange is the facility where this buying and selling takes place this is where the investor, the buyer and the sellers come
Mar 26, 2011 1:00pm EDT
for "teen kids news." >> all right young america what's your opinion. we'll find out in speak of the week. >> he was a part of everyone's childhood. you probably still have his quirky rhymes stuck in your head. we want to know, which dr. seuss book was your favorite? >> "horton hears a who." definitely my favorite. just because of all the silly characters and i like the point of the story. >> "the cat in the hat," definitely because it's fun, it rhymes. i love cats, too. and "the cat in the hat" is just my favorite character ever. >> "green eggs and ham," i'll have to say because ever since i was a little kid we always had "the green eggs and ham" at school and i just thought it was fun. >> my favorite dr. seuss story is "green eggs and ham." >> "green eggs and ham." >> "green eggs and ham." >> i've always wanted to do this, for "teen kids news" i'm sam i am. >>> hoops have been used as toys for ages, but in the 1950's a combination of plastic and great marketing brought us the hula hoop. it spun into a national craze. and now, it's back. >> i like to hula hoop because it's fun and active
Mar 26, 2011 2:30pm PDT
to work as a mechanic. later he became the most famous man in america when he flew solo across the atlantic. his name was charles lindberg. >> reporter: another famous flyer who visited billings was amelia earhart. ernest hemingway actually got into a car accident and was hospitalized here with a broken arm. fortunately, that didn't end his writing career. >> well, billings was placed in the heart of crow country. the crow indian reservation is across the yellowstone river. the crow have always been a part of billings history. early on, they came here, traded in the stores that opened. later on the crow were a big part of our annual fair. and of course, today, a lot of people in billings travel to the annual crow fair and celebrate crow culture and traditions. >> reporter: billings is also known for its striking natural beauty. it's hard to believe that this area was once covered by a great sea. >> there are large cliffs of sandstone around billings. great walls of rock. we call them the rimrocks, or the rims. that's all that's left of that great inland sea. >> reporter: from t
Mar 13, 2011 11:30am EDT
america, what's your opinion? we'll find out in "speak of the week." >> we're young, we're smart and the opportunities to be whatever we want seem endless, so tell me, what do you want to be when you grow up? >> i'd like to be an artist. i think that'd be interesting. >> i want to be a cosmetologist. >> hmm, well i think i want to be a giraffe trainer because i love giraffes so much. >> i want to be an actress when i grow up. >> i'd like to be a rugby player. >> i either want to be a lawyer or marine biologist. >> when i grow up i want to be a librarian, because i love to read. >> i'm thinking, one day i'll be a tv reporter -- oh wait, right! for "teen kids news," i'm sam. >> i'm gonna try to ride this thing. can i do it? stay tuned to find out. >>> what has one wheel, one seat, and one talented rider? a unicycle! this bike may look like something out of the circus, but there's a group of people who are devoted to riding it. >> my favorite part about unicycling is that it is different from other sports and it's really fun to learn new tricks. >> probably the adrenaline when you r
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